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post #19 of 98
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I kid you not.

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post #20 of 98
Well I've never heard of putting butter in coffee, but I've never heard of putting maple syrup or honey in it, either.
post #21 of 98
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You coffee people are maniacs! a3_biggrin.gif

Not a coffee connoisseur, quite the opposite. Just wanted to see what all the hubbub is about. I'm actually the opposite of a coffee snob a1_smile.gif. I'll drink anything with caffeine from beans.
post #22 of 98
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Originally Posted by saevel25 View Post

What never put salt in coffee? Salt everything man, Salt is a taste amplifier! 

I always hate it when fancy food places add salt to sweet foods. It could just be me, but I don't like mixing sweet and savory/salty/spicy. I don't like salted caramel, or melon with salt, or cayenne pepper in chocolate.
post #23 of 98
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I always hate it when fancy food places add salt to sweet foods. It could just be me, but I don't like mixing sweet and savory/salty/spicy. I don't like salted caramel, or melon with salt, or cayenne pepper in chocolate.

Kettle corn???

 

If you say no ... then I don't think I even know you anymore. :cry:

 

:-P

post #24 of 98
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I always hate it when fancy food places add salt to sweet foods. It could just be me, but I don't like mixing sweet and savory/salty/spicy. I don't like salted caramel, or melon with salt, or cayenne pepper in chocolate.

 

 

Depends on the food. I love salt on a chocolate bar. Tomatoes with salt are great a swell. For most deserts, I think salt should be added as a standard seasoning, not for salty flavor. I think a lot of homemade stuff misses a bit of salt. I also really like a bit of heat with sweet foods as well. Not necessarily Cayenne. 

 

 

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Kettle corn???

 

If you say no ... then I don't think I even know you anymore. :cry:

 

:-P

 

So good, though my favorite is kettle cooked potato chips. 

post #25 of 98
Strawberries with fresh cracked black pepper.

Devine.
post #26 of 98
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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post

Strawberries with fresh cracked black pepper.

Devine.


That's just wrong right there!

post #27 of 98
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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post

Strawberries with fresh cracked black pepper.

Devine.

 

Oh that sounds good. Black Pepper would have that sharp heat that would match well with a strawberry. I think that would work really well with watermelon as well. 

post #28 of 98

Chocolate covered pretzels?????

 

Gotta like those...

post #29 of 98
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Originally Posted by 14ledo81 View Post
 

Chocolate covered pretzels?????

 

Gotta like those...


Now that's more like it!

post #30 of 98
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Originally Posted by Golfingdad View Post

Kettle corn???

If you say no ... then I don't think I even know you anymore. d1_bigcry.gif

b2_tongue.gif

Damn, I didn't think of that one. I love kettle corn.
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Chocolate covered pretzels?????

Gotta like those...

Those too.
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Originally Posted by saevel25 View Post


Depends on the food. I love salt on a chocolate bar. Tomatoes with salt are great a swell. For most deserts, I think salt should be added as a standard seasoning, not for salty flavor. I think a lot of homemade stuff misses a bit of salt. I also really like a bit of heat with sweet foods as well. Not necessarily Cayenne. 

I like tomatoes with salt and pepper, though tomatoes aren't intensely sweet.

I know most cake and cookie recipes call for a bit of salt.

Maybe the lesson here is that I shouldn't generalize, and that I just have a weird hangup with salted caramel. a2_wink.gif
post #31 of 98
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Originally Posted by jamo View Post


Damn, I didn't think of that one. I love kettle corn.
Those too.
I like tomatoes with salt and pepper, though tomatoes aren't intensely sweet.

I know most cake and cookie recipes call for a bit of salt.

Maybe the lesson here is that I shouldn't generalize, and that I just have a weird hangup with salted caramel. a2_wink.gif

 

 

Well I am not a huge fan of caramel to begin with. Though to save myself now, I do like Caramel Corn!! :-P

post #32 of 98
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That's just wrong right there!

"You do not like them.

So you say.

Try them! Try them!

And you may.

Try them and you may, I say."

 

:-$

post #33 of 98
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Don't forget that pinch of salt in oatmeal. Followed afterwards by proportionally more brown sugar.
post #34 of 98
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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post
 

"You do not like them.

So you say.

Try them! Try them!

And you may.

Try them and you may, I say."

 

:-$


LOL. No way.

 

I will not eat them here.

I will not eat them there.

I will not eat them ANYWHERE!

post #35 of 98

Now that you guys mention all the different foods with salt ... I'm pretty sure as a kid I ate a lot of apple slices with salt too.

 

And definitely tomatoe slices with salt ... yum.

post #36 of 98
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Now that you guys mention all the different foods with salt ... I'm pretty sure as a kid I ate a lot of apple slices with salt too.

And definitely tomatoe slices with salt ... yum.

I love apple slices with peanut butter. Salted or not. Yummmmm.
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